August 13, 2018 – Anna Mehler Paperny, Reuters
Rising violence in Canada has prompted calls for the federal government to tighten gun laws but tougher regulations could cause a political backlash in a country where 2 million people are licensed to own a firearm.
July 23, 2018 – Anna Mehler Paperny and Danya Hajjaji, Reuters
The man accused of fatally shooting two people and wounding 13 others on a bustling Toronto street struggled with severe mental illness, his family said on Monday as police sought a motive in the rampage.
August 17, 2017 – Anna Mehler Paperny and Allison Lampert, Reuters
TORONTO/MONTREAL (Reuters) – The number of asylum seekers who illegally crossed the U.S. border into Canada more than tripled last month, according to Canadian government data released on Thursday, as migrants worried about the U.S. administration’s immigration crackdown head north.
June 13, 2017 – Anna Mehler Paperny, Reuters
Detention of Mexican citizens in Canada has spiked since December, when the government lifted its visa requirement for visitors from Mexico, figures obtained by Reuters show, even as Canada burnishes its image as more welcoming than the United States.
April 8, 2016 – Anna Mehler Paperny, Global News
Bombardier owes Canadians hundreds of millions of dollars but we don’t know exactly how much because the federal government won’t tell us.
March 31, 2016 – Anna Mehler Paperny, Global News
Prince Edward Island will no longer be the only province in Canada where you can’t get an abortion.
October 19, 2015 – Anna Mehler Paperny, Global News
The polls hadn’t even closed across Canada when news organizations called a Liberal government – and, within an hour, a Liberal majority.
Sept. 1, 2015 – Anna Mehler Paperny, Global News
Canada is “getting it wrong” in its war on terror, enacting laws that are both unconstitutional and fail to keep the country safer, an upcoming book charges.
Anna Mehler Paperny, Global News – August 29, 2015
When the federal election kicks into high gear during the final stretch of a marathon campaign, a high-profile case that could change Canadian resource development will play out in a B.C. courtroom.